The coronavirus crisis requires unprecedented emergency measures. The more extreme the measure, the more carefully it must be circumscribed. … Read the full post »
Read my posts featuring the Conservative MP and failed leadership candidate in 2005 (against David Cameron), David Davis.
Damian Green, one of Theresa May’s closest allies, has resigned from the Cabinet after being found guilty of breaching the ministerial code. … Read the full post »
Yes, really. So first, the good news. Zombie attack? It’s been thought about and the level of zombie attack preparations is rather reassuring. … Read the full post »
Liberal Democrat Newswire #91 came out last week, including the results of my latest survey of party members which asked about cross-party cooperation and electoral pacts. … Read the full post »
More than £100 million a year is being spent on Brexit civil servants. International Trade Secretary Liam Fox’s new department has 2,841 staff. David Davis’s Brexit Department has 300 staff.
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Nick Clegg’s fourth ‘Brexit challenge’ paper, calling on his experience as an international trade negotiator, takes a look at justice and home affairs. … Read the full post »
Former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg is returning to the Liberal Democrat front bench as the party’s European Union spokesperson. … Read the full post »
This week’s falling out between the coalition partners over Lords reform leaves David Cameron with two tricky problems to mull over the summer. … Read the full post »
Item one: A letter tomorrow in The Guardian from 15 Liberal Democrat MPs, led by Julian Huppert, setting out their opposition to illiberal monitoring plans.
Welcome to the latest in our series giving the human face behind some of the blogs you can find on the Liberal Democrat Blogs aggregator. … Read the full post »